Quechua Arpenaz 10L Backpack/Rucksack £2.49 @ Decathlon (C+C from Asda) - HotUKDeals
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Quechua Arpenaz 10L Backpack/Rucksack £2.49 @ Decathlon (C+C from Asda)

£2.49 @ Decathlon
10L rucksack, ideal for school, trips, hiking etc in a wide range of colours. Free click and collect from Asda Read More
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10L rucksack, ideal for school, trips, hiking etc in a wide range of colours.

Free click and collect from Asda
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3 Likes #1
Been this price for a while. Free Click and Collect at ASDA runs out 23rd April 2017
#2
nice find
#3
heat for posting about c&c from asda
#4
not bad
2 Likes #5
beware it's very lightweight construction so not suitable for packing too much or textbook/cans
Mine lasted less than a term before the stitching started to come apart and then zip broke
#6
Would this be big enough to take gym gear (trainers shorts tshirt towel), a laptop and food to work everyday? Would probably be about 3-4KG of stuff
#7
this is great for our florida trip. lightweight but very sturdy for holding a few water bottles and essentials without looking like you have a hunchback
#8
Good price
#9
mattturner756
Would this be big enough to take gym gear (trainers shorts tshirt towel), a laptop and food to work everyday? Would probably be about 3-4KG of stuff


Best be joking, 10l is smaller than you think when it comes to backpacks. I'd want 30L at the very least for that, preferably 35-40
#10
These are ideal for day trips out my kids have one each so they can carry their own drinks and food, they are small but sturdy; saves me having to carry all their stuff.
#11
good find op, heat added
4 Likes #12
This is tiny - we took it skiing as there is just enough space for what's needed. That was 500ml bottle, bag of crisps, sandwich, scarf/snood and goggles. Bag was full at that point so that gives a size idea

Edited By: tomwatts on Apr 11, 2017 17:15
#13
Many colours. Voted hot
#14
tomwatts
This is tiny - we took it skiing as there is just enough space for what's needed. That was 500ml bottle, bag of crisps, sandwich, scarf/snood and goggles. Bag was full at that point so that gives a size idea


I use it as gym bag. Works perfectly
1 Like #15
Be aware 10L is not that much, it looks like a baby's bag.
#16
Ideal for hiking
#17
I bought 2 last time it was posted. Really good size and quality.
#18
These are kids backpacks. My children have one each and they are very well made.
#19
Always this price, how is this a 'deal' ?
#20
Sweat as my meat!
#21
I use one as a cycling back, holds a spare tube and a repair kit, pair of gloves and that's about it, but they are so light and that's all I need,
1 Like #22
Always this price, no offer here. Backpack is ideal for occasional days out or to take on a weekend trip carrying very lightweight objects, phone ,keys, small water bottle and a few nibbles etc but definitely not for heavier items.
They are very lightweight for a reason and not suitable for everyday use such as a school bag. Still good value though.
#23
mattturner756
Would this be big enough to take gym gear (trainers shorts tshirt towel), a laptop and food to work everyday? Would probably be about 3-4KG of stuff


would be fine. I've had one for exactly the same use for the past year with no problems.
little one also has one for school and no issues with ripping etc there either.
really handy & lightweight. great for the price ;)
#24
mattturner756
Would this be big enough to take gym gear (trainers shorts tshirt towel), a laptop and food to work everyday? Would probably be about 3-4KG of stuff

Not a chance, I used one of these to carry about 6 cans and a rain Mac around in Glastonbury last year and it's was full with that
#25
Just brought one, can't complain only £2.50. Go it for the holiday to carry around drink, snacks and sunglasses.
#26
Same sort of thing in big Tescos for £2.50
#27
LetoKynes
mattturner756
Would this be big enough to take gym gear (trainers shorts tshirt towel), a laptop and food to work everyday? Would probably be about 3-4KG of stuff


Best be joking, 10l is smaller than you think when it comes to backpacks. I'd want 30L at the very least for that, preferably 35-40


Thanks! Usually have shoulder bags but notice everyone commutes to London with rucksacks so clearly worth the investment.
#28
jaykieron
mattturner756
Would this be big enough to take gym gear (trainers shorts tshirt towel), a laptop and food to work everyday? Would probably be about 3-4KG of stuff
would be fine. I've had one for exactly the same use for the past year with no problems.
little one also has one for school and no issues with ripping etc there either.
really handy & lightweight. great for the price ;)
It is nowhere near big enough for a laptop unless it's an 11 inch or less. It's simply not big enough!
#29
Thanks. Was looking for a small rucksack for cycling on holiday and this looks ideal. Free click and collect from InPost lockers too
1 Like #30
This is an excellent walking day pack. Small bag so it doesn't hold much but super light for carrying sandwiches and water on a day out. I love mine but it did fray after carrying some pebbles back from the beach so don't expect it to be a life long companion. At that price you could buy 5!
#31
Cheers heat added and ordered, great for my one year old son's little belongings. :p

Edited By: fwd079 on Apr 12, 2017 14:35
#32
Can you carry a 15 inch laptop in it?
#33
ClotBot
Been this price for a while. Free Click and Collect at ASDA runs out 23rd April 2017
They are trialling free returns from Asda, that is what's ending not the click and collect
1 Like #34
yiako
Can you carry a 15 inch laptop in it?
Yeah, but 14 inches of it would stick out!
:D
In a word. No.
#35
what again.... the guaranteed heat seeker .
Not a deal always always this price , not discounted
#36
ClotBot
Been this price for a while. Free Click and Collect at ASDA runs out 23rd April 2017
You are right. Bough this bag from the same retailer, same price about three years ago.
#37
How do u order this item from Asda via click & collect?

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